It is Christmas day, so I wish the best for 2010 to the dedicated few and the black dog who dip into this blog on a regular basis.
I hope that what I write touches a nerve, brings a grimace, stirrs a laugh, or motivates some action. The worst outcome is that it gets no reaction at all.
2009 was an “interesting” year in the sense of the old Chinese proverb, hopefully 2010 will be a touch easier, but with difficulty comes opportunity for those who are able to see past the hubris of the status quo, and have the drive to be different, engaging, and daring.
Merry Christmas, and thanks for caring.